As cloud adoption continues its meteoric ascent, the number of access points to enterprise data also increases. And while keeping data on premise is no guarantee of security, it does drastically reduce the number of access points. But the case for keeping data on premise goes far beyond a common sense security and risk mitigation play that tells us the fewer servers our data runs through, the safer it is.
Sure, security and privacy are the big, bright red flags. But there are other, less obvious reasons for businesses to keep their data where it is – on their own servers. Let’s take a look at five important considerations.